Glass Egg of London – City Hall

Glass Egg of London – City Hall

A futuristic structured home beside Tower bridge that looked like an egg, an onion or even once described as a “glass testicle” for it’s unusual bulbous shape, named City Hall. It is the head quarters of the Greater London authority which comprises of the Mayor of London and London Assembly. City Hall is on the south bank of river Themes in London Borough. The creator of this City Hall Norman Foster amused commonality by making this cutting age structure. City Hall was constructed at a cost of 65 million.

City Hall London Glass eggIt does not belong to GLA but is leased under a 25 years rent. As the confusion breeze in with the Greater London whose head quarters is in the Guide Hall, in June 2011 Boris Johnson announced that for the Olympic year 2012 the building would be called “London House”. City Hall somehow symbolizes the transparency of London’s realistic modern structure of society. City Hall contains a 500-metre Helical walkway, which provides views of the interior of the building and it was announced that solar photovoltaic cells would be fitted to the building by the London Climate Change Agency. City Hall forms a part of a longer development called More London.

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